"Jim Croce grew up in Pennsylvania, but moved to New York City with his wife Ingrid in 1968 so they could pursue a music career. New York never felt like "home...Show More
This is a song everyone in the Netherlands knows and can sing along. In order to translate the lyrics without a severe loss of poetic quality you have to be a poet y...Show More
My modest contribution to the Aug/Sept challenge. Did it in one take without rehearsing, so its far from perfect. As usual :-)
I've always been a great admirer of Van Morrison, so today I'll try to do one of his songs ...
This is such a beautiful song. You have to feel the words while you sing them and the best way to do so, I guess, is to use your mother tongue. So I'll do it in Dutc...Show More
In the style of Eric Clapton. Clapton recorded this Blues standard twice: in 1970 with Derek and the Dominos, and an acoustic version in 1992
In the style of Diana Krall.
Did this one before, but this time I used a different backing track that I like better ...
Bob Dylan. From his religious period. John Lennon did not like the song. But I do.
"Houston is a song written by Lee Hazlewood, which was a hit single in 1965 for Dean Martin. The song was originally recorded in 1964 by Sanford Clark."
Hallo Mama Cass, are you listening? :-)
This one is for my Flemish friend Leelesco :-)
The song was first released by Charly Walker in 1966, and was a year later also released by Dean Martin.
According to Wikipedia the song was written by Meredith Willson for the 1957 musical play The Music Man.
But we all know the Paul McCartney version, don't we?
in the way of Eric Clapton
Well, everybody knows this one, I guess :-)
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